Created for wine-lovers, this magazine-style podsite explores the fascinating world of wine, full of amazing people and places. Listen in and be part of the wine conversation.
Let's Talk About... Wine in Space
In an exclusive podcast interview, Jane Anson talks to Nicolas Gaume, one of the two founders of
Space Cargo Unlimited, about his extraordinary mission: Sending 12 bottles of Bordeaux wine and
320 Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon vines into space for 438 days to live on the International Space Station.
Omnibus Third Edition
John Stimpfig discovers a new wine word for Scrabble, Matt Walls recommends the best Rhône appellations and producers in 2019 vintage, and discusses where to find great value. Elin McCoy and Sarah Kemp look at the different wine glasses on the market and ask how many wine glasses do you actually need? Plus, the latest wine news from around the world.
Let's Talk About... How Family Equals Sustainability
Jane Anson talks to Paul Symington of Symington Ports and Chairman of Primum Familiae Vini (PVF), an association of 12 of the world’s most historic wine producers. They have just launched the PVF Prize, an annual award of 100,000 Euros, to a family company in any area of enterprise that demonstrates excellence in sustainability, innovation, craftsmanship and the successful transmission of responsibility and commitment from one generation to the next.
Let's Talk About... Bordeaux 2009
The Wine Conversation takes a deep dive into the 2009 Bordeaux vintage. Sarah Kemp talks to Bordeaux expert Jane Anson and Justin Gibbs of Live-Ex about this remarkable vintage to assess whether it has lived up to its reputation 12 years on.
Let's Talk About... Silver Heights
Sarah Kemp talks to one of China’s most renowned winemakers, Emma Gao, who is the chief winemaker at her family estate Silver Heights.
Let's Talk About... The Wine Writers’ Collection at UC Davis
Jane Anson talks with Jullianne Ballou about a special part of the wine collection at the University of California Davis: the wine writers’ collection.